The best Android games you can play offline

Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games

Dumb Ways to Die organized games by storm, and Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games is just as great. The setup is easy— play a range of dumb but fast-paced minigames to get points and compete in the Dumb Ways to Die Games. There’s a big range of games to compete in, and most are very simple to understand. However, because it’s so fast-paced, you should expect to die a few times before it clicks. But that’s part of the game, and something you should embrace rather than avoid. Advertisements are served for retries, or you can pay to bypass that — with the fast pace, you may end up watching a lot of advertisements. It’s a lot of fun regardless.

Rayman Adventures

Everyone’s favorite French platformer is back, and he’s on mobile. Rayman Adventures is everything you expect from a Rayman game — unique visuals, kooky designs, and tight platforming action — sewn up into an Android game. You can play as more than 55 characters across seven different worlds as you grow your Sacred Tree to unlock new adventures. Hunt down the Ancient Eggs, hatch up to 320 different Incrediballs, and use them to … er, beatbox? Apparently so.

Rebel Inc.

Do you have what it needs to pacify a rebellious area following a devastating and destabilizing war? Rebel Inc. offers you the tools to prove you can. To keep your assigned region under manage, you’ll have to balance spending resources on military and civilian priorities, from instituting reading programs to build literacy levels, to constructing new guard outposts and hiring foreign soldiers to support to keep the peace. But whatever you do, do it fast, as rebel insurgents will be waiting to seize control of the country.

The Wolf Among Us

They’re fairy tale characters — but not as you know them. The Wolf Among Us tells the story of Bigby Wolf, otherwise known as “the big bad wolf”, as he polices the magical community hiding in plain sight. Based on the award-winning Fables comic series by Bill Willingham, The Wolf Among Us challenges you to solve a brutal, bloody murder in a world where your choices matter. Set before the events of the Fables series, this is the perfect place to start with this series. The first part is available for free, with episodes 2 to 5 available for purchase within the game.

Monument Valley 2

Monument Valley 2 which is the sequel to the 2014 sensation introduced a heartfelt bond between mother and child. Protagonist Ro teaches her child through the gorgeous, dream-like puzzle levels. The environments themselves are even more interesting than the already delightful original. Monument Valley 2 is one of the best puzzle-adventures on Android, which makes you relaxing, moving and utterly mesmerizing

Alto’s Odyssey

Alto’s Odyssey is an automatic runner that takes the place of running shoes for a nifty snowboard. Unlike the original which stuck with conventional snowy alps, Alto’s Odyssey occurs throughout several desert-themed chapters. Chapters include randomly generated areas to keep the experience fresh. The star is the simplistic gameplay, which continuously has a level of freedom and joy to it rarely seen in the popular mobile genre.

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